Work with the teacher to determine how much and what kind of homework works best for your child.
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Help your child take control of his homework load.
The famed "How to Talk So Kids Will Listen and Listen So Kids Will Talk" author offers her expert advice on exactly what to say to a homework-hating child.
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I have a 6-year-old daughter who is in first grade. Her babysitter picks her up from school at 2 p.m., and I pick her up from the babysitter around 6 p.m. When we get home we have dinner first. By the time we do...
The star of "America's Supernanny" tells parents to use this firm-but-creative approach to make sure your kids do their homework.
My son is in fifth grade, and he takes a long time to write down and copy assignments. Most of the time he doesn't get all of his assignments written down and I have to get it from the teachers. When I spoke with his...